Category Archives: Studio

Great shows & studio sessions with Lonnie Holley

Just came off an amazing couple of shows in Asheville and Savannah with Lonnie Holley (opening for St. Paul & The Broken Bones), followed by two days in the studio with Lonnie. It’s been real pleasure making music with him – his artistry is just so pure. Whether it’s singing, or creating wire sculptures, or […]

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Lisa Hannigan – At Swim

Lisa Hannigan released a beautiful new record today and I’m so happy to have contributed some trombone arrangements. Check it out!

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Recorded Solo Set at WFMU

I had a such fun day at WFMU studio recording a solo set that will air on May 31st — keep an ear out! Big thanks to DJ Trouble (@giantpompom) for having me in the @wfmu studio today to record a solo set! Will air May 31st – keep an ear out… A photo posted […]

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Contributed to new Frightened Rabbit album

I recorded horns for a track (Little Drum) on the new Frightened Rabbit album, Painting Of A Panic Attack. The whole thing sounds so good and I’m honored to have contributed to it. This was one of the first opportunities I had to record horn parts remotely at my studio in upstate NY, and I’m […]

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Nelson Patton sessions

Our sessions this past week were fun and productive. We jammed for hours on end and now have a mountain of material through which to mine for gems. At first I was concerned we didn’t have enough time in the studio, that we would be too pressed for time, but sometimes that can be just […]

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In the studio with Nelson Patton

Marlon and I are in the upstate studio this week recording material for a new album. Day 1 was a rousing success and day 2 started with Marlon’s famous huevos rancheros, so we’re feeling good.

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Studio Construction

A few months ago, I decided to convert the backyard shed into a recording studio. It’s modest in size but perfectly adequate for my needs. After hiring out a couple preliminary jobs (extending the concrete foundation, adding a structural beam), I finally got started on the meat of the renovation – framing a new back […]

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